Established in 1937, the Indian River Drive Freeholders Association is
St. Lucie County's oldest property owner group.  
Not an HOA or POA, IRD Freeholders is a voluntary organization that becomes the voice of our neighborhood in crises and the basis for a social network within our community all the rest of the time.  
 
Our goal is to protect the distinct beauty and uniqueness of The Drive as we stand guard against those factors that could cause it harm. 
Contact:  dianagregory@comcast.net 
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NEXT COMMUNITY MEETING
Meeting & Presentation via Zoom*
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
 
​      7 - 7:45 pm  Program  
Dangerous, Damaging & Destructive
Derelict, Abandoned and At-Risk Vessels
Speaker:  Phil Horning
Administrator, FL Derelict Vessel Program
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission,
Division of Law Enforcement, Boating and Waterways
FWC website:   www.mfc.com
 
      7:45 - 8:15 pm:  IRDF Business Meeting
 
   * Link to Zoom
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Everyone
Welcome to Attend

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COVID-19 Information
CDC Website:   CDC Guidelines
SLC Guidelines:   SLC Guidelines
PROTECT YOURSELF & OTHERS
Wash hands frequently (20 seconds)
Avoid close contact (6 feet)
Stay safe, be well.

Check out this website:  www.Earth911.com

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PROJECT L.O.S.T.
Locating Our Survivors Timely
Providing Services & Tools for Caregivers To Avoid Tragedies Wandering and Elopement
Call SLCSO/Crime Prevention:
772  871.5303